I think it also useful to think about this from the service providerís perspective. There have been a few calls for enhancements/fixes in this thread, but with no source of ongoing revenue (for self-hosted installations, at least) I donít know how we can realistically expect the service provider to devote resources to those enhancements/fixes. The $500 paid for the perpetual right to run the software is good if you never expect the software to change, particularly for something that has the market saturation that EZproxy does (since there is a decreasing number of new subscribers to pay the bills for added development). The same could be said for paying the way of the technical writers to write documentation for the new features added to the system.
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